Updating clob column
When executing a statement the contents of the editor is put into an internal buffer together with the information about the text selection and the cursor position.
Even when you select a part of the current text and execute that statement, the whole text is stored in the history buffer together with the selection information.
Even if the main window is minimized you can still see if a statement is running by looking at the window title.
You can use variables in your SQL statements that are replaced when the statement is executed.
Microsoft SQL Server), one result tab will be displayed for each result returned.
To prevent retrieving an large amount of rows (and possibly running out of memory), the maximum number of rows that are retrieved can be defined for each SQL panel in the "Max. This value will be stored in the workspace that is associated with the connection profile.
You need to manually clear the statement history, if you want an empty editor the next time you load the workspace.
The URL that is used to display the manual can be changed in the configuration file Every window that is opened by SQL Workbench/J for the first time is displayed with a default size.
In certain cases it can happen that not all labels are readable or all controls are visible on the window. when a large default font is selected (or defined through the look and feel).
When you select and execute different parts of the text and then move through the history you will see the selection change for each history entry.
The previous statement can be recalled by pressing key) this will not clear the statement history.
If you want to run two statements at the same time, you will need to enable the Separate connection per tab option in your connection profile.